Prince Harry have young people at the heart of so many initiatives,
and the upcoming Sentebale campaign puts them in front and center once more for a
very important cause. On World AIDS Day (December 1), Youth Leader Let's charity
advocates took over radio stations in Botswana to talk openly about
This initiative hopes to inspire this generation to fight
fight viruses, and they will do so through a campaign called "Radio
Positive "- five hours young people talk about the African epidemic and
call fellow youth to join this movement. With the help of Sentebale and
Harry's enthusiasm for advocating on behalf of young voices, the participants will
have the opportunity to talk openly about HIV / AIDS and help end stigma and
discrimination in this country.
But this is definitely not the first time a prince, 34, works
mobilize efforts to repackage conversations around continental health
plague. Back in 2016, prospective fathers were the faces of the Sentebale campaign
#FeelNoShame, where he encourages people to be open about their struggles. In
the video, he said: "To show us
support for children from Lesotho [where Sentebale works] and help reduce
stigma for all people affected by HIV, we turn this World AIDS Day into a
days where no one should feel ashamed about their secrets. Together we can
overcome the stigma surrounding HIV and give young people who carry it
their childhood is worthy. So many of our childhoods take it for granted. "
and Prince Seeiso from Lesotho co-founded the organization in 2006 to help ensure
that the most vulnerable children in the country are supported to continue and continue
live a healthy life. For more than a decade, Princess Diana's son has been dedicated
from his life to draw attention to the urgent problem of extreme poverty and to
HIV / AIDS sufferers – causes that are also close to his mother's heart. He was first inspired to place
his energy led to the cause after the year of pause in Lesotho in 2004, and has been
since receiving a public HIV test with Rihanna in Barbados on World AIDS Day in Indonesia
2016 and again to mark the week of national HIV testing in 2018.
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